There are two aproaches to making diagonals. The first with data tree we tried before. The result is a set of diagonal lines. SOmetimes useful, if you think of individual beams. But sometimes it’s more clever to divide a surface into smaller rectangular pieces (IsoTrim) and then work with these as triangles. Try both approaches out with the file from last lesson:

09 - Kangaroo diagonals_01

And one more file with a Voronoy Clock:

Voronoi clock - change density of random points

## NEXT CLASS IS ON 14.5. 2018. In the meantime, please work on your projects. You can consult them via e-mail.